Emmanuel Coffy is a registered Patent Attorney and ex-Patent Examiner. His practice emphasizes patent application preparation, prosecution, and enforcement in the electronic arts, including Business Methods Patents and Design Patents. Mr. Coffy has extensive experience in digital technologies, computer networks, and information technologies as well as device physics, which includes semiconductor applications. Mr. Coffy co-invented a device called the “Low Friction Apparatus” issued as U.S. Patent No. 8,585,092. He also has experience in re-examination, litigation support, patent infringement assessment, patentability opinion letters, cease-and-desist letters, demand letters and due diligence. Mr. Coffy also advises clients on intellectual property strategy, licensing, trademark, trade secret, copyright and related unfair competition/deceptive advertising issues.
Electrical/Computer/Software, Telecommunications, Mechanical, Trademark & Copyright, Licensing, Trade Secrets & Tech Transfer, Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution Infringement & Validity Analysis, Trademark Opposition/Cancellation.
Admitted to practice law in the State of New Jersey, the United States District Court of New Jersey, the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO).
J.D., Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey 2003
Ph.D., Candidate in Technology Management, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1998-1999
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL 1993
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Bridgeport Engineering Institute, Bridgeport, CT 1986
“The need for signal claims”, IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review, Franklin Pierce Law Center, Vol. 49, by Emmanuel Coffy and Albert DeCady.
For over 30 years, Leonard has aggressively and effectively represented a diverse group of clients in both business and personal matters across the state of New Jersey. As an experienced litigator, he is known for his passionate representation and willingness to take cases to trial in pursuit of the best possible outcomes for his clients.
Through his personal life experiences and legal education, Leonard brings a unique perspective on divorce and family law that few other attorneys can match, allowing him to sympathize and empathize with clients. In all matters, Leonard delivers personal and attentive service, and takes pride in making a difference in his clients’ lives.
Armed Forces Court of Appeals
US Tax Court
New Jersey State Bar Association
J.D., New York Law School
B.A., State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law
An attorney/mediator with more than 20 years of experience, Ian Grodman specializes in the immigration needs corporations and international investors, families, and US parents adopting internationally on their immigration needs.
Ian has been qualified as a Mediator by the New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts, pursuant to Rule 1:40, and regularly receives referrals of cases from the New Jersey Superior Court for mediation. He has been honored to be a mediator in the New Jersey Storm Sandy Mediation Project, created by the State of New Jersey, and administered by the American Arbitration Association. Ian works to resolve conflict within families and businesses, and serves as a Mediator in the Maplewood, New Jersey Municipal Court. Ian serves as an arbitrator for The Jansen Group as well as serving as a Commissioner on the Essex County, New Jersey Board of Taxation.
A community leader, Ian has served as an elected official in his hometown, as well as on a number of non-profit boards. He is an impassioned advocate on behalf of young people and children. Most recently, Ian has been working with the foundation started by former President of Mexico, Vicente Fox, to expand the foundation’s work in the United States, providing opportunities for education, leadership training, and job training in Latin American communities.
J.D., Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, NJ
B.A., Psychology/Business; State University of New York
Fritzner Altidor has more than 20 years of experience in the corporate financial service sector where he held many different positions working in Corporate Tax Planning, Compliances and Audits. As an attorney, Fritzner has provided technical guidance on various tax compliance issues, audit functions as well as assisted with tax due diligence efforts on acquisitions, mergers, and disposition of assets. He has counseled clients on various types of business structures and has drafted partnership/operating agreements.
As an accountant, he has prepared/reviewed tax provisions, federal, state and local tax returns, including partnerships and trusts. He also advises on wills, trusts and estate matters. He has also provided advisory, consulting and accounting services to non-for profits. Fritzner has also extensive experiences with immigration matters.
J.D., Concord University
M.S. in Taxation, Rutgers University
B.S. in Accounting, Rutgers University
Admitted to Practice Law: California State Bar Association
Certified Public Accountant: New Jersey
As an attorney for more than 20 years, Volel has strong experience as a patent attorney in both corporate and private practice settings for foreign and domestic clients. He prepares high-technology patent applications and performs patent prosecution with a concentration in computer software, data compression, microelectronics, memory storage devices, signal processing and cell technology. Volel has reviewed and supervised Japanese, Chinese, Taiwanese, Korean, European, and Canadian foreign associates.
Registered US Patent Attorney
Member of Texas Bar Association
Member of California Bar Association
J.D., Southwestern University School of Law
M.S.E.E. & Computer Engineering, University of California at Santa Barbara
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Pratt Institute